Frequently Asked Questions


What is a substance free area?

These areas are available for those students who desire to live in an environment that is substance-free. Students living in a substance-free area agree that neither they nor their guests will use or possess alcohol, non-prescription or other illicit drugs or tobacco products on the floor. They also agree that if they or their guests use such substances outside of the substance-free living area, their behavior upon return will not have a negative impact upon their hall/floor community, other residents or their property and campus property.

Substance Free Area Guidelines

The possession or use of alcohol, controlled substances and tobacco products by residents or their guests is prohibited in student rooms and public spaces in Substance-Free Areas. 

Substance-Free Areas are:

  • Burton-Fourth Floor
  • Cassat-Second Floor
  • Davis-Fourth Floor
  • Evans-Fourth Floor
  • Goodhue-Second Floor
  • Musser-Second Floor
  • Myers-Second Floor
  • Nourse-Third Floor
  • Rice House
  • Watson-First Floor
  • Watson-Second Floor

Consequences of Violating Guidelines

Non-compliance with the stated Substance Free Area Agreement at any time during the year may result in the loss of substance-free housing and housing reassignment.

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